The Incredible Animal Expert Brandon McMillan

Ellen was so impressed by Brandon's talent with animals, she asked him to help out with her own dogs! You can find out more of Brandon's amazing tips for dog training, and more information on his website.

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Chelsie. Noland
125 days ago

Thank for having Brandon on the show , I love this , really helped people be aware of how many little animals that need our love die each year, they are all like little angels and bring so much love and joy to us, its so sad, I want to take them all. We need lots of people to be aware of rescuing animals and shelters ,

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Carole
129 days ago

Hi
Loved your session!I have a miniature dachshund. She has lately started to poo inside of a night after i go to bed( she is given a chance to go before going to bed). What can i do please? I have put out newspaper and she insists on going on my lovely expensive rug! Help!!
Many thanks from Australia
Carole

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Terresa
129 days ago

We rescued a shelter dog 2 years ago and she's an amazing dog who generally obeys and behaves very well. The only time she has any problems is around other dogs and small children. Whenever she even sees another dog, she gets so excited that she starts barking and growling and appears to be rather ferocious to other people. With small children she's just very weary and feels threatened, so she has nipped at a child on one occasion when the child got too close for her comfort. She's a yellow lab mix and appears to have some American pit bull heritage, so she's very protective and very loyal. We just need some tips to help her overview these two issues. Thanks!

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Angela martone
130 days ago

My son is having a son late April and I am worried about the dog with the new baby, they adopted him from a shelter and he is a little wild, what should they be doing?

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